Local Attractions

Deadwood and Black Hills Attractions 

Distance: 43 miles southeast of Deadwood

WaTiki Waterpark Resort is the largest indoor waterpark in the Dakotas. With over 30,000 square feet of pools, slides and more, WaTiki is fun for everyone!

Distance: 50 miles south of Deadwood

One of the most iconic sculptures in the United States, the four presidents carved in stone are a must see on any Black Hills vacation. 

Distance: 54 miles south of Deadwood

See the work in progress and hear the story of Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski and Chief Standing Bear’s vision to honor the culture, tradition and living heritage of Chief Crazy Horse and Native Americans. 

Distance: 50 miles south of Deadwood

Drive the wildlife loop and see land where the buffalo still roam, and deer and antelope play.

Distance: Located in Deadwood

Visit the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane.

Distance: 15 miles north of Deadwood

Located in the cozy mountain town of Spearfish, it is one of the oldest operational fish hatcheries in the country. This museum and archive also offer educational and interpretive programs.

Distance: 48 miles southeast of Deadwood

Stroll through the garden oasis of colorful blooms and lush vegetation. Pet a snake and ride a tortoise. We recommend leaving the alligator wrestling to the professionals, however. 

Distance: 50 miles southeast of Deadwood

Get up close to black bears, grizzly bears, moose, elk and more in this drive-through wildlife park.

Distance: 28 miles south of Deadwood

Pactola Lake is the largest in the Black Hills and offers spectacular views, fishing, beaches and hiking trails.

Distance: 55 miles south of Deadwood

At an elevation of 7,242 feet, Black Elk Peak (formerly known as Harney Peak) is the highest point between the Rocky Mountains and the Pyrenees Mountains in Europe. 

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